Time to get your 30 Under 30 entries started!

Staff Writer

Tick tock goes the clock.

Some of us may be losing all sense of time and space in lockdown, so here’s a friendly reminder to get started on your 30 Under 30 submission.

The Radio Today 30 Under 30 Awards will champion the next generation of young professionals working in the audio industry.

The awards will champion those who can demonstrate a genuine contribution to the audio industry via their current employer or, if self-employed, their business.

Above all, Radio Today is searching for fresh voices with a clear vision for the future of the audio industry and the challenges it faces in the decade ahead.

Last year, 50 future leaders from across the sector were shortlisted ahead of the reveal of the Class of 2020 last November.

To enter, visit the Take 2 Media awards platform and start your submission (you can start it now, and finish it later). Entries officially close on August 29 at 11:59pm AEST, 2021

The 2021 Radio Today 30 Under 30 Awards with SCA are supported by Australian Film Television and Radio School, ARN, Grant Broadcasters, Nine, NOVA Entertainment and Sony Music Australia.


Radio Today 30 Under 30 Awards | Dates

Early Entries Open: July 12, 2021
Early Entries Close: August 15 at 11.59pm AEST, 2021
Late Entries Open: August 16, 2021
Late Entries Close: August 29 at 11.59pm AEST, 2021
Judging Period: August 30 to September 5, 2021
Finalists Announced & Readers’ Choice Poll Opens: September 8, 2021
Readers’ Choice Poll Closes: September 14, 2021
Winners Revealed & Readers’ Choice Announced: September 21, 2021

To read the full Eligibility Criteria and Entry Criteria click here.

The awards will again include a Readers’ Choice Award, which will be selected by Radio Today’s readers from the shortlisted applications.

Previous winners and shortlisted finalists from the Class of 2020 are welcome to enter again.

Winners will be selected from an all-star judging panel comprised of a mix of peers and those from in and around the value chain, to make sure the final decisions are informed and considered from all relevant sides of the industry. All judges will be announced at a later date.



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